If you are considering a Content Management (CMS) project, there are 10 important things for you to consider.  This session will cover how to avoid problems related to getting buy-in from employees (and approval from management), migration, testing, features you will need very soon after launch, usability, testing, and more


We will cover:

  • Dealing with politics within your organization
  • The importance of design standards
  • Time required of you to manage a CMS project
  • Proving that any employee can build and maintain a website
  • Estimating how long it will take you to publish content



Patrick Bieser is a recognized local expert in the strategic use of websites, ecommerce, and usability. He will couple his technical expertise with high energy and humor in what will be an enjoyable and provocative presentation.

Under Patrick’s leadership, Titan CMS has been used to produce hundreds of corporate websites for clients such as Briggs & Stratton, Ellsworth Adhesives, Mercola.com, Children’s Hospital, Snap-On Tool, Ziegler Co, City of Milwaukee, and American International Group (AIG).



Northwoods is the developer of Titan Content Management System (CMS) which offers powerful, yet user friendly, web authoring and editing for non-technical users. Our Titan CMS blends high functionality with superior usability and ease-of-use.


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April 30, 2009